Most Harry Potter fans know Dumbledore as the kind and intelligent headmaster of Hogwarts. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Warner Bros. / Via muffliato.tumblr.com He was full of little bits of wisdom like this one. But one artist has been showing a different side of Dumbledore — one that might explain some of his choices. View this post on This version of Dumbledore has lessons of wisdom that are a little less wise, and he doesn't always make the best decisions. Like the fact that he couldn't just ring a doorbell. View this post on Or that he was really pretty cavalier about Harry's safety in general. View this post on Plus, as terrible as the Dursleys were, he didn't really take their feelings into account. Via floccinaucinihilipilificationa.tumblr.com One of the comics even explains Dumbledore's most puzzling decision: hiring Gilderoy Lockhart. View this post on And as much as we all love Hagrid, he was totally not qualified to teach either. View this post on Dumbledore also seemed to hand out points to Gryffindor whenever he felt like it. View this post on "Why do the kids need permission from their parents to visit a candy shop but not for playing murder ball?" VALID POINT. Ron even said himself that Dumbledore mostly ignored him. View this post on And we know why Dumbledore kept Snape as a teacher, but couldn't he have had a talk with him about bullying the students? View this post on Thank goodness this version of Dumbledore has plenty of sass for Snape to make up for it. View this post on Honestly, this artist's version of Dumbledore might be even better than the real one. View this post on You can check out more of the artist's hilarious work on her Tumblr.